by Steven Ertelt | Washington, DC | LifeNews.com | 1/16/14
Pro-life people have frequently said that if an abortion is ever
shown on television that it would change millions of minds against
abortion. Now, MTV is doing just that: filming one of its reality show stars having an abortion.
With MTV at the helm, the abortion will likely be sanitized and shown
as nothing more than a routine medical procedure — which will make it
less likely to have much of an impact on abortion attitude or opinion.
Further complicating the issue is the fact that Teen Mom 2′s
trouble-plagued star Jenelle Evans is defending her decision to have an
abortion. That sets up what will likely be a pro-abortion spin on what
could be an opportunity to talk about how abortion kills unborn children
and hurts women.
The teen mother in this case is 22-years-old and she tells The Stir she has no regret about her abortion — yet.
On how MTV came to film the abortion:
MTV was like, “Do you want to film it?” And I said, “Yeah.” They said, “Are you sure,” and I said, “Yes.”
They’re like, “OK, you know a lot of backlash is going to come from this.” I’m like, “Yeah, I know. It’s OK.”
On choosing abortion:
At the time, when I filmed it and everything, I didn’t know I was
going to meet Nathan or have a baby or anything like that. You don’t
know what the future’s going to hold.
At the time I needed to do what I needed to do. I wasn’t in the best
situation. I was living back at my mom’s, just got arrested for a felony
charge, and I mean, I was in such a depressed state. It was just … my
body was so out of whack. I was sick, so I went to the doctor for
bronchitis, and that’s when they told me I was pregnant.
I just couldn’t be with Courtland Rogers because he was abusive. He’s
not a good father figure. He has a child already and he’s not involved
in their life.
On her regrets:
I don’t regret the abortion. I think I’m prepared for the backlash. I
just don’t want people judging me off the abortion for this new
pregnancy. I want them to understand why I did it and where I was at and
where I am now and how much better I am now and that it’s OK to have a
Evens says she will eventually tell her son Jace that she decided to abort his brother or sister. Research shows siblings of people killed in abortions face depression and mental health issue of their own.
The Black Sheep tries to warn its friends with the truth it has seen, unfortunately herd mentality kicks in for the Sheeple, and they run in fear from the black sheep and keep to the safety of their flock.
Having tried to no avail to awaken his peers, the Black Sheep have no other choice but to unite with each other and escape the impending doom.
What color Sheep are you?